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Visit / Exhibitions

Unbuilt Mackintosh showcases stunning architectural models based on the unbuilt designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

An exhibition showcasing work by Bruce Hamilton Furniture Maker, these new pieces bring some of Mackintosh’s rarer designs to life

An exhibition of work from fifth year architecture students at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, inspired by the city of Antwerp.

This group exhibition brings together the work of fifteen researchers from The Glasgow School of Art, who are part of the research group: Reading Landscape.

A work-in-progress exhibition of two future-focused projects currently being undertaken at the Glasgow School of Art’s Innovation School.

Photographer Michael Peterson presents photgraphs depicting two quarries, one in his native Shetland and a second in Moray. 

A retrospective of work by renowned photographer Susan Wood Richardson, part of the Glasgow Film Festival. 

This exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of the Scottish Glass Society, an organisation dedicated to the appreciation, understanding and development of glassmaking in Scotland

An exhibition showcasing exemplar projects by architecture studio Dress for the Weather as it celebrates its 10 year anniversary. 

Product Design students from GSA’s Innovation School exhibit stalls for ten innovative lifestyle brands imagined for the year 2030.

An exhibition showcasing the Best Use of Timber Award winner 2019, the Macallan Distillery. 

This exhibition explores the future, working to understand what our homes and communities should look and feel like in 2040.

A dazzling international display of contemporary jewellery, from the UK’s Association for Contemporary Jewellery and its Italian sister organisation, l’Associazione Gioiello Contemporaneo.

Library offering visitors a chance to explore and analyse a wide range of sustainable building materials by Architecture and Design Scotland.

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